NOTE: We deliver in approx. 15 to 20 business days. Prescription required to order ABILIFY TAB 10MG 112 (BRAND FROM TURKEY) from Canada.
ABILIFY TAB 10MG 112 (BRAND FROM TURKEY) - PRESCRIPTION REQUIRED
Abilify is an anti-psychotic medication prescribed to treat several conditions, including schizophrenia;
bipolar disorder; major depressive disorder; agitation symptoms associated with schizophrenia or bipolar manta; and irritability due to autistic disorder.
Thoughts of suicide or dying, attempting to commit suicide, new or worsening feelings of depression, irritability or anxiety, feelings of intense agitation or restlessness, panic attacks, insomnia, acting aggressive, acting angry or violent, increased inactivity or talking (mania), other changes in behavior or mood. Abilify may cause neuroleptic malignant syndrome, a potentially fatal reaction to this medication. Consult a doctor without delay if you experience muscle stiffness, confusion, irregular or rapid heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, unusual sweating, shaking, and high fever. Abilify may possibly cause tardive dyskinesia, a potentially irreversible condition with the symptoms of uncontrollable muscle spasms and twitches. If you have diabetes or kidney and/or liver disease, you should be monitored closely while taking Abilify.
Canadian Prescription Drugstore
1275 West 6th Ave. Suite 300
Vancouver, BC, Canada V6H 1A6
Canadian Prescription Drug Store dispenses medications from our fully licensed and independently verified pharmacy partners from around the world including Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, India, Turkey, and Singapore.
Legal disclaimer: The FDA, due to the current state of their regulations, has taken the position that virtually all shipments of prescription drugs imported from a Canadian online pharmacy by a U.S. consumer will violate the law. However, many legal experts disagree with the FDA’s position in this regard stating that such importation is permitted under certain federal and state laws. Several State governments and consumer rights groups actively promote the importation of medications. The FDA itself provides the public information on how to import medications safely. Furthermore, there is no record of any US individual being prosecuted by the FDA for importing non-controlled prescription drugs for their personal use.